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Director Anna Guseva
Choreographer Anastasia Peshkova
Production Designer Yulia Orlova
Lighting Designer Anatoly Lyapin
Sound Artists Victoria Kharkevich and Egor Ananko

Performers: Aisylu Mirkhafizkhan, Timur Ganeyev, Alevtina Gruntovskaya, Evgeny Kalachev, Elena Lisnaya, Maksim Klochnev, Aigulya Buzaeva, Alexey Slutsky, Kamil Mustafayev.

Duration – 1 hour 10 minutes

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Director Anna Guseva
Choreographer Anastasia Peshkova
Production Designer Yulia Orlova
Lighting Designer Anatoly Lyapin
Sound Artists Victoria Kharkevich and Egor Ananko

Performers: Aisylu Mirkhafizkhan, Timur Ganeyev, Alevtina Gruntovskaya, Evgeny Kalachev, Elena Lisnaya, Maksim Klochnev, Aigulya Buzaeva, Alexey Slutsky, Kamil Mustafayev.

Duration – 1 hour 10 minutes

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In the new season, musicAeterna resumes its choral workshop “Raspev” and invites everyone interested in choral singing practice to Dom Radio.

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Plyas (Dance) is a cycle of workshops for those who wish to master the freedom of movement and learn how to express emotions in bodily plastics. The meetings take place every Saturdays starting from September 10. The classes are given by Valentina Lutsenko, a dance artist and a performer who has been teaching dance practices since 2009.

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Dom Radio is a historical venue at the intersection of Italianskaya and Malaya Sadovaya Streets. Throughout its more than a hundred-year history, the walls of Dom Radio have seen the balls of the Noble Assembly, the work of a Japanese hospital, been filled with the voices of Olga Bergholz and Dmitri Shostakovich, have successively become a stronghold of the new Soviet culture and a hub for advanced media technologies.

Today, Dom Radio is a symbolic landmark where voices continue to sound, where music is being born. It is a building that cherishes the memory of the past, and whose heart is beating in the rhythm of modernity together with musicAeterna projects under the artistic direction of Teodor Currentzis.

We invite you to immerse yourself in the atmosphere of Dom Radio, explore its history and become its part by visiting our mediated tours. Mediated tours provide an opportunity to interact with the environment and actively study it with the assistancee from expert guides who know almost everything about the venue.

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Dom Radio is a historical venue at the intersection of Italianskaya and Malaya Sadovaya Streets. Throughout its more than a hundred-year history, the walls of Dom Radio have seen the balls of the Noble Assembly, the work of a Japanese hospital, been filled with the voices of Olga Bergholz and Dmitri Shostakovich, have successively become a stronghold of the new Soviet culture and a hub for advanced media technologies.

Today, Dom Radio is a symbolic landmark where voices continue to sound, where music is being born. It is a building that cherishes the memory of the past, and whose heart is beating in the rhythm of modernity together with musicAeterna projects under the artistic direction of Teodor Currentzis.

We invite you to immerse yourself in the atmosphere of Dom Radio, explore its history and become its part by visiting our mediated tours. Mediated tours provide an opportunity to interact with the environment and actively study it with the assistancee from expert guides who know almost everything about the venue.

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Dom Radio is a historical venue at the intersection of Italianskaya and Malaya Sadovaya Streets. Throughout its more than a hundred-year history, the walls of Dom Radio have seen the balls of the Noble Assembly, the work of a Japanese hospital, been filled with the voices of Olga Bergholz and Dmitri Shostakovich, have successively become a stronghold of the new Soviet culture and a hub for advanced media technologies.

Today, Dom Radio is a symbolic landmark where voices continue to sound, where music is being born. It is a building that cherishes the memory of the past, and whose heart is beating in the rhythm of modernity together with musicAeterna projects under the artistic direction of Teodor Currentzis.

We invite you to immerse yourself in the atmosphere of Dom Radio, explore its history and become its part by visiting our mediated tours. Mediated tours provide an opportunity to interact with the environment and actively study it with the assistancee from expert guides who know almost everything about the venue.

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791)

Piano Concerto No. 24 in C Minor, K. 491 (1786)
I. Allegro
II. Larghetto
III. Allegretto

Requiem for soloists, choir and orchestra in D minor, K.626 (1791)
I.Introitus
Requiem aeternam
II. Kyrie
III. Sequentia
1.Dies irae
2. Tuba mirum
3. Rex tremendae
4. Recordare
5. Confutatis
6. Lacrymosa
IV. Offertorium
1.Domine Jesu
2. Hostias
V. Sanctus
VI. Benedictus
VII. Agnus Dei
VIII. Communio
1.Lux aeterna
2. Cum sanctis tuis

The musicAeterna Orchestra and Choir
Conductor – Teodor Currentzis

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791)

Piano Concerto No. 24 in C Minor, K. 491 (1786)
I. Allegro
II. Larghetto
III. Allegretto

Requiem for soloists, choir and orchestra in D minor, K.626 (1791)
I.Introitus
Requiem aeternam
II. Kyrie
III. Sequentia
1.Dies irae
2. Tuba mirum
3. Rex tremendae
4. Recordare
5. Confutatis
6. Lacrymosa
IV. Offertorium
1.Domine Jesu
2. Hostias
V. Sanctus
VI. Benedictus
VII. Agnus Dei
VIII. Communio
1.Lux aeterna
2. Cum sanctis tuis

The musicAeterna Orchestra and Choir
Conductor – Teodor Currentzis

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Dom Radio is a historical venue at the intersection of Italianskaya and Malaya Sadovaya Streets. Throughout its more than a hundred-year history, the walls of Dom Radio have seen the balls of the Noble Assembly, the work of a Japanese hospital, been filled with the voices of Olga Bergholz and Dmitri Shostakovich, have successively become a stronghold of the new Soviet culture and a hub for advanced media technologies.

Today, Dom Radio is a symbolic landmark where voices continue to sound, where music is being born. It is a building that cherishes the memory of the past, and whose heart is beating in the rhythm of modernity together with musicAeterna projects under the artistic direction of Teodor Currentzis.

We invite you to immerse yourself in the atmosphere of Dom Radio, explore its history and become its part by visiting our mediated tours. Mediated tours provide an opportunity to interact with the environment and actively study it with the assistancee from expert guides who know almost everything about the venue.

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In the new season, musicAeterna resumes its choral workshop “Raspev” and invites everyone interested in choral singing practice to Dom Radio.

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Plyas (Dance) is a cycle of workshops for those who wish to master the freedom of movement and learn how to express emotions in bodily plastics. The meetings take place every Saturdays starting from September 10. The classes are given by Valentina Lutsenko, a dance artist and a performer who has been teaching dance practices since 2009.

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Dom Radio is a historical venue at the intersection of Italianskaya and Malaya Sadovaya Streets. Throughout its more than a hundred-year history, the walls of Dom Radio have seen the balls of the Noble Assembly, the work of a Japanese hospital, been filled with the voices of Olga Bergholz and Dmitri Shostakovich, have successively become a stronghold of the new Soviet culture and a hub for advanced media technologies.

Today, Dom Radio is a symbolic landmark where voices continue to sound, where music is being born. It is a building that cherishes the memory of the past, and whose heart is beating in the rhythm of modernity together with musicAeterna projects under the artistic direction of Teodor Currentzis.

We invite you to immerse yourself in the atmosphere of Dom Radio, explore its history and become its part by visiting our mediated tours. Mediated tours provide an opportunity to interact with the environment and actively study it with the assistancee from expert guides who know almost everything about the venue.

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«Bikapo of the Heavenly Forest» is a concert-mystery involving sound kinetic sculptures, structures and objects by Herman Vinogradov. Bikapo is a number of unique sound structures and metal objects acting on the principle of free vibration, as well as a total sound installation built using them. In the space of this installation action is unfolding that combines sound, light, and natural elements — earth, fire, and water. As the installation author said, Bikapo is a consciousness, the bearer of which he was himself, the way to freedom of creative expression through a ritual addressed to the primordiality, «primordial human essence».

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Dom Radio is a historical venue at the intersection of Italianskaya and Malaya Sadovaya Streets. Throughout its more than a hundred-year history, the walls of Dom Radio have seen the balls of the Noble Assembly, the work of a Japanese hospital, been filled with the voices of Olga Bergholz and Dmitri Shostakovich, have successively become a stronghold of the new Soviet culture and a hub for advanced media technologies.

Today, Dom Radio is a symbolic landmark where voices continue to sound, where music is being born. It is a building that cherishes the memory of the past, and whose heart is beating in the rhythm of modernity together with musicAeterna projects under the artistic direction of Teodor Currentzis.

We invite you to immerse yourself in the atmosphere of Dom Radio, explore its history and become its part by visiting our mediated tours. Mediated tours provide an opportunity to interact with the environment and actively study it with the assistancee from expert guides who know almost everything about the venue.

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Dom Radio is a historical venue at the intersection of Italianskaya and Malaya Sadovaya Streets. Throughout its more than a hundred-year history, the walls of Dom Radio have seen the balls of the Noble Assembly, the work of a Japanese hospital, been filled with the voices of Olga Bergholz and Dmitri Shostakovich, have successively become a stronghold of the new Soviet culture and a hub for advanced media technologies.

Today, Dom Radio is a symbolic landmark where voices continue to sound, where music is being born. It is a building that cherishes the memory of the past, and whose heart is beating in the rhythm of modernity together with musicAeterna projects under the artistic direction of Teodor Currentzis.

We invite you to immerse yourself in the atmosphere of Dom Radio, explore its history and become its part by visiting our mediated tours. Mediated tours provide an opportunity to interact with the environment and actively study it with the assistancee from expert guides who know almost everything about the venue.

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Dom Radio is a historical venue at the intersection of Italianskaya and Malaya Sadovaya Streets. Throughout its more than a hundred-year history, the walls of Dom Radio have seen the balls of the Noble Assembly, the work of a Japanese hospital, been filled with the voices of Olga Bergholz and Dmitri Shostakovich, have successively become a stronghold of the new Soviet culture and a hub for advanced media technologies.

Today, Dom Radio is a symbolic landmark where voices continue to sound, where music is being born. It is a building that cherishes the memory of the past, and whose heart is beating in the rhythm of modernity together with musicAeterna projects under the artistic direction of Teodor Currentzis.

We invite you to immerse yourself in the atmosphere of Dom Radio, explore its history and become its part by visiting our mediated tours. Mediated tours provide an opportunity to interact with the environment and actively study it with the assistancee from expert guides who know almost everything about the venue.

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Dom Radio is a historical venue at the intersection of Italianskaya and Malaya Sadovaya Streets. Throughout its more than a hundred-year history, the walls of Dom Radio have seen the balls of the Noble Assembly, the work of a Japanese hospital, been filled with the voices of Olga Bergholz and Dmitri Shostakovich, have successively become a stronghold of the new Soviet culture and a hub for advanced media technologies.

Today, Dom Radio is a symbolic landmark where voices continue to sound, where music is being born. It is a building that cherishes the memory of the past, and whose heart is beating in the rhythm of modernity together with musicAeterna projects under the artistic direction of Teodor Currentzis.

We invite you to immerse yourself in the atmosphere of Dom Radio, explore its history and become its part by visiting our mediated tours. Mediated tours provide an opportunity to interact with the environment and actively study it with the assistancee from expert guides who know almost everything about the venue.

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Plyas (Dance) is a cycle of workshops for those who wish to master the freedom of movement and learn how to express emotions in bodily plastics. The meetings take place every Saturdays starting from September 10. The classes are given by Valentina Lutsenko, a dance artist and a performer who has been teaching dance practices since 2009.

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In the new season, musicAeterna resumes its choral workshop “Raspev” and invites everyone interested in choral singing practice to Dom Radio.

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Dom Radio is a historical venue at the intersection of Italianskaya and Malaya Sadovaya Streets. Throughout its more than a hundred-year history, the walls of Dom Radio have seen the balls of the Noble Assembly, the work of a Japanese hospital, been filled with the voices of Olga Bergholz and Dmitri Shostakovich, have successively become a stronghold of the new Soviet culture and a hub for advanced media technologies.

Today, Dom Radio is a symbolic landmark where voices continue to sound, where music is being born. It is a building that cherishes the memory of the past, and whose heart is beating in the rhythm of modernity together with musicAeterna projects under the artistic direction of Teodor Currentzis.

We invite you to immerse yourself in the atmosphere of Dom Radio, explore its history and become its part by visiting our mediated tours. Mediated tours provide an opportunity to interact with the environment and actively study it with the assistancee from expert guides who know almost everything about the venue.

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Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750)
The St Matthew Passion

a sacred oratorio for solo voices, double choir and double orchestra with libretto by Picander (Christian Friedrich Henrici), BWV 244 (1727–1729/1736)

MusicAeterna Choir and Orchestra
Guest soloists
Conductor Teodor Currentzis